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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: SHARP ER-A440
I hope you did not reset the machine in the aformentioned method. If you have a service key there is a way to clear the totals but not like a Samsung. It involves z1 z2 and some 900 codes.
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
YOur register lost the program or it has no battery power and was left unpluged. If you do a master reset it will all come back. At the moment it is most likely the program is corrupted and needs a master reset. It is done by turning the key (if you have a service key) to the blind position and holing down the journal key and plugging the machine back in, oh yeah you are suppose to pull the plug first. then program in the time and date and what ever else you may wat
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
The Sharp ER-A330 and ER-A310 both have a calculator function that turned out to be just trouble for users who don't need it and don't know how to turn it off. At the bottom-left of the keyboard is a button labeled PO. Normally you enter a dollar amount and touch that to Pay Out money from the till. On these models it also activates the calculator mode, allowing you to add and subtract numbers without affecting sales.Touch PO to turn calculator mode back off, and you'll have a cash register again.
Let me know if this isn't the fix you need.
Posted on Dec 24, 2009
You might need a special key to program this change, but try this:
If you get an error, this kind of programming is disabled in PGM mode. you may have to take it to a Sharp dealer who has a Service key. Your MA (Manager) key can get you to any position marked on the Mode Switch, but the SRV key goes to two more unmarked positions beyond PGM. If you have that key or find a dealer who has, turn it one notch past PGM (to 7 o'clock position).
Enter 910 . @/FOR CA/AT
[Yes, it's a different number than in PGM mode.]
If you ever want to make cashier entry compulsory again, do the same thing, except enter 100 just before touching the CA/AT button.
The reason Sharp doesn't pass SRV keys with its registers is that you can totally mess up your register if you make mistakes with this key. Don't experiment with it, or your only hope may be to wipe all machine memory to get it working again.
Posted on Dec 24, 2009
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